“When the whole world is running towards a cliff, he who is running in the opposite direction appears to have lost his mind”
Quick post from my phone today. I’m running around doing errands like a grown-up lady.
I’ve been thinking about this quote frequently. It’s a good one, not only from a spiritual or general living perspective, but also from a writer’s viewpoint. Having characters who refuse to go with the flow for whatever reason always leads to good conflict. Why aren’t they following the crowd? Are their motives for going their own way good or evil, wise or foolish?